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The oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Wickstrom, Valerie ( Editor )
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Published history is Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 6, 1966) -- Vol. 23, no. 144 (Oct. 22, 1987)

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$31 million cut asked in budget BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer A House Appropriations subcommittee yesterday recommended a $31 million reduction in th e requested budget for the State U n iversity Sy stem
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2-THE ORACLE May 9, 1974 Nixon claim unsupported: Panel WASHINGTON The proposed final report of the Senate Watergate Committee says there is no evidence to support Pres. Nixon's claim he withdrew his approval of a 1970 domestic intelligence-gathering plan. Compiled from the news wires of United Press International formation leading to her safe return, and her father said he would do "anything I can to get her home." Simon sworn in WASHINGTON William Simon, the government's chief energy troubleshooter, was sworn in yesterday as Treasury secretary and pledged to switch his efforts to fighting inflation, "the nation's number one problem." The draft, according to sour ces, also says the evidence shows former Atty. Gen. John Mitchell approved plans that led to the 1972 Watergate break-in, and it is "difficult to accept" former White House aide John Erlich man did not approve the i971 break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Kissinger plans fail DAMASCUS Sec. of State Henry Kissinger met with Syrian Pres. Hafez Assad for four hours yesterday but the new Israeli proposals failed to break the deadlock over Syrian-Israeli troop disengagement on the Golan Heights immediately. Kissinger said at Damascus airport before flying back to Israei that "some progress was made, but no agreement was reached and therefore the talks are continuing." Esrandt denies tales BONN -Former Chancellor Willy Brandt, angrily lashing out at "grotesque" charges surrounding his dramatic resignation, denied yesterday a Communist spy had learned embarrassing personal details that opened him to blackmail. But Brandt later admitted he made a mistake by giving the spy access to top secret government documents during a summer vacation in Norway last year. Reward offered SAN FRANCISCO -Patricia Hearst's parents yesterday offered a $50,000 reward for inThe reward money, the first offered since Hearst was kid naped more than three months ago, was deposited in a bank account. Her father specified that the names of any informers would be kept secret and said the missing girl must be returned to the family home. Jury checks deaths WASHINGTON The Justice Department yesterday an nounced a federal grand jury in Baton Rouge, La., will begin hearing testimony May 20 con cerning the death oNwo Southern University students during campus disorders in November of 1972. Simon took the traditional oath of office from Associate Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart in a lavish ceremony in the White House East Room Johnson indicted BOR budget restrained Assistant Atty. Gen. Stanley Pottinger, in charge of the civil rights division, said the grand jury will hear evidence the Justice Department has obtained in investigations it has conducted for almost 18 months to determine whether there were violations of federal civil rights laws. ATLANTA -A federal grand jury yesterday indicted state Sen. Leroy Johnson, one of the South's most powerful black politicians, on four counts of evading $44,339.92 in federal income taxes. TALLAHASSEE A House Appropriations subcommittee yesterday adopted several "internal restraints" in the Board of Regents' budget, designed to eliminate what Appropriations Chairman Marshall Harris has charged as distortion by the universities to get more money. The subcommittee, which will report to the full committee, stated funding will not be based on the total number of credit hours instead of FTE formula in the past. The FTE was 12 hours. If a student took 18 hours, the school would get one-and-a-half times the normal appropriation. In other legislative action, a collective bargaining system for public employes, with a stiff ban on strikes and a provision for secret negotiatio.:s, emerged from the Senate and went back to the House. The House is expected to stand firm for its original language on major factors in the bill rejecting Senate changes and sending the whole package to a Joint Conference Committee for compromising. Harris: no motive TALLAHASSEE State Rep. Marshall Harris said under oath yesterday he had no political motive in taking to a grand jury allegations of election law violations that resulted in the indictment of U.S. Sen. Edward Gurney. "We are not talking about buying somebody a Coke or a drink. We're talking about in weather Partly cloudy through Friday with a chance of mainly afternoon thun dershowers. Lows in the sixties and highs in the mid to upper eighties. excess of $100,000, which is what got me so mad," Harris said in a two-hour deposition, taken by Gurney's attorney is preparation of a defense to the change. Local air alert seen TALLAHASSEE The Department of Pollution Control said yesterday air pollution conditions in Hillsborough County are worsening and that an alert, the least serious of the state's three air pollution levels, may be issued today: Sam Gibbons ... "Save Egmont Key" Egmont park eyed WASHINGTON Rep. Sam Gibbons, D-Fla., yesterday urged the Senate to save Florida's Egmont Key from damage from industrial or recreational development by declaring the island a national wildlife refuge. In testimony before the Senate Environment Subcommittee, Gibbons detailed the rich historical background of the 300acre Key area as well as its unique offerings. He noted there has been "speculation" that the area's important location in relation to Tampa's shipping channels might make it subject to development as an oil depot and port facility. The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through.August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away cory it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. Banker testifies TAMPA Panama City banker M. G. Nelson went before a federal grand jury in vestigating the financial affairs of State Comptroller Fred Dickinson Jr. yesterday, ending a three-day wait as other witnesses testified. Still to be heard from before an expected recess of the grand jury for the rest of the week was Fort Lauderdale attorney-banker J. Edward Houston. Johnson, the first black elected to the Georgia legislature in modern times, also was indicted on a fifth charge of attempting to cover up the alleged tax evasion by submitting a false affidavit to the Internal Revenue Service. Forestry charge hit BUG & MINI-CAR TIRE SAVINGS Students Onlv Bring Your l.D. 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Oracle photo by Barb Montgomery Sign right here SG Vice Pres. Wayne Wechsler, left, Helping Wechsler is Abby Rosenfelder, presents SG's petition opposing a raise in 3PSY. tuition to Teresa Fouraker, 3SOC. Mackey sees no padding BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer USF has, "like all the other state universities," investigated enrollment practices and found "no irregularities" here, Pres. Cecil Mackey said last night on "Access." The investigation covered inquiries into the colleges for each student who registered for a class, who paid for the class, and the amount of work that should go along with it, Mackey said. THE "PRINCIPAL problem" lay with graduate students, Mackey added, though the undergraduate program also was "looked into." "The report should be completed in two to three days and then will be forwarded to the Board of Regents (BOR) for their consideration," he said. Mackey said students holding seats on the BOR is "in conflict with the basic concepts of the BOR. "Students, as constituents, should not have access to the BOR in such a manner,'' he said. IN REPLY to a call-in question, Mackey said he "has very serious reservations about" representing all students. "There are a number of organizations that represent the students in a variety of ways," Mackey said. "SG is only one of these." In accordance to University goals and purposes, Mackey said, he sees "no problem at all" con cerning a ROTC cross enrollment program. Hindle 1discouraged' with film set up BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor said he feels it is probably inevitable. Hindle said he plans to submit a "big letter" to Fine Arts Dean Donald Saff at the end of the quarter, outlining plans for a summer leave. After that, "we'll see how the summer goes," he said "It looks like it is going to come to pass whether we want it or not," Hindle said. "I really think they're taking a scatter gun approach THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 3 Senate requests end. to granting credit for 12th grade test BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer The Faculty Senate yesterday passed a resolution asking the Board of Regents (BOR) to discontinue its experimental policy of giving college credit for superior scores on the Florida Twelfth Grade Tests at the end of its one-year trial period. Dr. Louis Penner, chairman of the Undergraduate Programs Committee, said Twelfth Grade Tests were never intended to be used as a substitute for college work, and should not be used as such. THE RESOLUTION further requests USF Pres. Cecil Mackey communicate this resolution to the other State University System (SUS) presidents at their next meeting," and that Senate Chairman Dr. Jesse Binford "request that the SUS Faculty Senates pass a resolution similar in intent." The policy in question involves granting students nine hours credit in each academic area in w.hich they scored at or above the 97th percentile on the Twelfth Grade Test. It was initiated by the University of Florida and USF was given the option of whether or not to participate. Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs William Scheuerle announced USF's adoption of the one-year experimental plan at the Senate's March 6 meeting PENNER SAID since the Senate was not consulted about the decision when it was first made, it should go on record now as opposing continuation of the plan and "close the barn door before the horse gets out." The Senate also approved a suggestion by Dr. Irving Deer, an English professor, to question Florida Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin on the legality of "the use of unvalidated and-or anonymous evaluations as a basis for promotion, tenure or salary changes." Deer said he was primarily referring to student evaluations of instructors which, he said, are being used as "the sole judge of a professor's classroom performance." Citing discouragement with the approach toward artistic in struction and program direction at USF, Associate Professor of Visual Arts Will Hindle said yesterday he is considering leaving the University. Although funds for filmmaking and other projects are tight at all state institutions, Hindle said budgetary concerns are not his motivation. llINl>LE Sl\ID he enjoys experimental filmmaking which creates a visual experience "without the confines of traditional film But. he said, this approach, as well as em phasis on films produced by innovators since the 1950's, is unpopular at USF. KONICA IS COMING TO FOCUS CAMERA & LENS DEMONSTRATION "WE COULD do a lot more with a lot less if we had the right philosophical approach," he said Hindle, who has been at USF two years, said he is tired and discouraged. He indicated he does not really favor the proposed combination of the film sequence and Fine Arts film but UP station open The University Police station is open 24 hours. If in need of help or information call 974-2628. .. .. .. .. .. ........................................ .. ..................................................... TRI-SPORT M M IS COMING w w A new adventure in wheels w Demonstration : : Saturday, May 18 Location to be announced Advertised in June 1ssue w of Playboy Shakespeare Inc. -exclusive distributor .... .. ... ... ... .. ... 7. .. : FRIDAY MAY 10 Herald Square Msll 51St. & Fowler Ph. 985-2114 < ""LEE MARVIN as Kid Shelleen is the ,<' saddest old rumpot of an ex-gunfighter you ever saw! His last showdown may just be the funniest 10 minutes since the eating scene in 1 c m Jones'!" ......... "-J__. ""Evel'( time he hitches up his belt, audiences 11ill hol d their sides laughing. One of the high-water marts of film comedy! 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4-THE ORACLE May 9, 1974 Education needs guidance The time is spring and students' thoughts turn to streaking, baseball and finals: We wonder however, if the time of year also influences criticism of USF administrators by their faculty and other interested persons. Pasco County School Board as a contract negotiator for $100 per day. Last week the Oracle discovered White is going to receive 30 credit hours towards doctorate classes this quarter, only 10 of which he says he is attending. adrenaline and Loveless' actions may be based on philosophical principles, Wilk cannot avoid his responsibilities as dean by saying he prefers to let faculty solve their own problems. Wilk should realize that college deans who give faculty members no guidance can be as unpopular with their faculty and as harmful for the college as are deans who act with tyrannical control. WE THINK NOT. But if spring does turn minds to criticism, the Oracle must join those Education faculty who have condemned recent actions allowed by Dean Roger Wilk. NOW WHITE, who receives a $16,000 salary from USF is going to spend time in Dade City as a negotiator, take classes as a student and counsel students as an administrator. The Oracle believes Wilk should work with Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs in finding a medium between the two extremes mentioned above His faculty problems may simply be a case of spring fever, but we believe Wilk should not merely wait for a seasonal change to solve his problems If, as Wilk says, "We are at that time of year ... then perhaps Wilk should join some of his faculty in some close introspection Only yesterday it was announced that Lou White, assistant dean of Education, has been hired by the : t.. Wilk has said he will look into other problems in the college, particularly charges that Department B Chairman Dick Loveless gave students questions and answers to a comprehensive master's exam. ALTHOUGH WHITE may be a man of highSG housing action helps Valentine: treat FRS, TRS equally Editor: If the Omnibus Retirement Bill
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DOONESBURY ; 0 8.t/. lAil.J SOIOOf...? WtU, OPEN !Tf/Pf \ WHY7 WHAT:S7H POINT? :I AlREllOY KMJW 11/llAT 11 5AYS I l !T's BED1V5E. 'MJ.-.JW"\11/fN.:J J'M A WIJMAN-1HAT51VHY, 'IOV KNIJIV. AeSOll!TUY. ITS BEOWSE I'M A MIPP!-A6HJtWMl1N, ANP NO t.4/Q SCHOO/.. IS 601N6 10 Ill Mt. :r KNOW IT. "' by Garry Trudeau ;! 11/ THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 5 Business college students set strike for tomorrow BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer A number of Business students are organizing a student strike Friday in the College of Business to "mourn the death" of that college, Steve Johnson, SG at torney general, said yesterday. Students are being asked to boycott classes to protest the manner in which the granting of tenure is handled by the college administration, Johnson said. One strike organizer, who preferred to remain anonymous, said the strike will "protest against the arbitrary firing and dismissal of professors by ar bitrary means." "Their (the professors') work does not mean a damn thing to the dean (in determining tenure recommendations),'' he said. One or two dozen organizers "are distributing flyers calling for the strike in each classroom of the college," the strike organizer said. "We are also trying to get publicity in the local papers," he said When asked about students boycotting his college, Business Dean Howard Dye responded by saying, "That's sort of stupid. It will not accomplish anything Dye said USF has an internal policy to handle tenure disputes and said it is "not appropriate for anyone to do anything at this time New College proposal favored BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer The proposal from New College in Sarasota to become a branch of USF has elicited favorable responses from several sources, among them USF Pres. Cecil Mackey. a remarkable opportunity for USF and the State University System (SUS)," Mackey said during yesterday's "Hotline" session. "It's very timely and very favorable. "I HOPE the details can be worked out soon," he said. "It will be good to have within the Hearing date set in suit by plant workers A hearing has been set for June 17 in the lawsuit filed by Physical Plant workers against USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Physical Plant Director Charles Butler. Judge Robert Patton will hear several USF motions for dismissal of the case. The suit was filed last month, claiming USF has deprived the men of their right to due process by not allowing them a pre termination hearing or the right to bargain collectively The motions ask for dismissal on several legal points, including an allegation the plaintiffs have not included the Department of Administration in the suit as ordered by Patton and the allegation plaintiffs have not exhausted remedies available to them under Florida law. The motion also requests summary judgment because it states, "there is no genuine issue of any material fact" upon which the case may be settled Rolland Rosello, an attorney aiding the workers' case, said "We do not feel any point (of this easel will be dismissed nor will summary judgment be granted." University an experimental college. With such a merger, you can have the continuous kind of programs New College has and have a site where you can move ahead in upper division work." Mackey presented New College's offer to the Board of Regents
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6-THE ORACLE May 9, 1974 Film Art Series shows 'Betty Boop' flick exclusive BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Editor The Film Art Series is presenting the Festival of Animation which begins tonight and will run through May 27. "The Betty Boop Scandals of 1974," with Tex Avery cartoons, kicks off the program tonight at 9:30 in ENA. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Festival continues with "Zagreb Animation" which has 15 award-winning shorts from Yugoslavia, Walt Disney's "Dumbo" (the flying elephant) and a repeat of the "Betty Boop Scandals." The Betty Boop Scandals, filmed by the cartoon master Max Fleischer, have never been shown on a U.S. college campus, other than USF. FLEISCHER LIVED in obscurity most of his life and died Rap Cadre sets quad concert Rap Cadre, USF's student organized counseling center, will host an outdoor concert tonight in the Argos quad.
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THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 7 1Trojan Women' opens tonight A starkly modern production.of Euripides' classic drama "The Trojan Women" opens tonight at 8 in USF's Centre Theatre. Presented by the Theater Department, the play will feature action on an expanded stage so seating is unreserved and will consist of floor space only, so patrons are advised to bring their own cushions. "THE TROJAN Women" revolves around the despair of a few surviving Trojan noblewomen following the destruction of Troy by the Greeks. Described by director! ,Tack Belt as a series of incidents showing the mounting grief of the women, the play treats thematically the horrors of war and the loss of finer human Photo furnished feelings which occurs during prolonged conflicts. The imminent enslavement of the noblewomen by their captors and the deaths of the women's husbands and children are important elements in setting the play's tragic mood. Belt, a member of the Theater Department faculty, has staged the production in an abstract setting and put the performers in rehearsal clothes so the in terpretation of the roles becomes the dominant factor of the production. Design concepts were contributed by faculty costumer John Schuldt and by students Myron Pledger, stage design, and Beatrice Harmon, lighting. Major student roles will feature Leslie Utley playing Helen of Troy, Caren Davis as An dromache, Marcia Deming as Hecuba, Linda Novak as Cassandra, Michael Leighton as Talthibius and Sharyl Lynn Shaw leading the chorus. Willie Reader, associate professor of English, will appear as Menelaus, King of Sparta and husband of Helen of Troy. Marcia Deming, Mike Leighton and Linda Novak Tickets are $l for full time ... are among students in "The Trojan Women" students and $2 for the public and Festival set Sunday Profs among poetry readers BY MARC-IA SHANBERG Oracle Feature Editor Dr. Hans Juergensen, professor of Humanities, and Dr. Willie Reader, associate professor of English, will be among the people reading original poetry at the Poetry Festival Sunday. The Poetry Festival, sponsored by the English Forum, will take place at Hillsborough State Park from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. An open-air amphitheater near the river will be the site of the reading, Richard Lewis, a member of the English Forum, said. THERE WILL be a park en trance fee of 25 cents and a donation of 50 cents is being asked to help with the cost of food. Hot dogs and soft drinks will be served, he said. Anyone interested in reading original poetry or listening is Stringfellow awards made The first "Broome Stringfellow Annual Prizes in Fiction" were awarded to three USF students yesterday at a luncheon honoring the winners. First prize was awarded to Melissa Klinzing, an English Humanities major, for her story, "Portrait of a Sophomore." Second prize went to John Calderazzo for his story, "Theft." Third prize was awarded to Harry Straight 3ENG, for his story, "The Crunch of Tires." All three stories were "very psychological and inward," Dr. John Iori'l, professor of English and one of the judges, said. These prizes were the first to be awarded at USF from a grant by Marguerite Broome Stringfellow, author of Trek to Florida. She wrote her novel while < student at USF. encouraged to attend the Festival. Some of the poetry to be read appeared in the latest issue of The Gryphon, an independent literary magazine edited by Catherine Emmons, Lewis said. THE GRYPHON IS the "new magazine that grew out of Every Other Week" because Every Other Week generated so much interest and "was such a suc cess," he said. The Gryphon is "open to anyone and is beginning to publish poets who are not local," Lewis said. In the last couple of years 35 to 45 people have attended the Poetry Festival, John Dietz, interim instructor in English, said. The Poetry Festival will enable "poetry lovers to get together and have some fun" as well as read poetry, Dietz said Grab an eye-opener! Hot, dark European Espresso and sugar-less chocolates! THE CANDY STORE 5104 FOWLER AVE. IN HERALD SQUARE are available from the USF Theatre Box Office (974-2323). Seating is limited to 75 patrons each evening. Image series hosts filmmaker Lawder A Yale filmmaker will be on campus today and Friday to show some of his films and to discuss his filmmaking experiences. Dr. Standish Lawder, filmmaker and curator of the Yale Collection of Classic Films, will be guest during the "Future of the Image" lecture series tonight at 7 in FAH 101. Lawder is both 'a filmmaker and art historian; he is author of "Cubism and Cinema" which appeared in 1972 and from 1968-70 he was Harvard's first professor in film in that school's Visiting Professor Chair. Lawder is interPationally known as one of the important figures in American ex-perimental cinema: his "Necrology" (1970) and "Raindance" (1972) both won prizes at the Ann Arbor Film Festival and this year he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for filmmaking. Tonight Lawder will show "Corridor," "Necrology," "Runaway," "Raindance," "Colorfilm," "Dangling Participle" and other films. Friday morning he will host an open seminar and discuss his printer on which he made "Corridor" and "Runaway." The seminar is at 11 a.m. in FAH 278. Both sessions are free and open to the public. StanLawder .. discusses films The University of South Florida Opera presents THE TELEPHONE and gianni schicchi by poccini University Theatre, 8:30 p.m THURSDAY, MAY 9 FRIDAY, MAY 10 SATURDAY. MAY II USF FULL-TIME STUDENTS ....... Sl.00 GENERAL ADMISSION. _________ ,, .... 2.00 RESERVATIONS MADE BY CALLING USF BOX OFFICE, 974-2323 The Univers1rv is an affirmative acrion Equal Opporrunirv lnstirution.

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8-THE ORACLE sports May 9, 1974 Gymnasts meet The USF Gymnastics Club will hold its second meeting of Qtr. 3, today at 8 p.m. in GYM 107. The meeting, to discuss future plans, is open to USF staff and students. Interested persons on the club and its activitie s may call Vickie Cutler at 971-9594. lntramurals -------Penthouse stumbles Bill Caton scored on an error in the bottom of the eighth to lift Who Cares past Penthouse 7-6 in intramural softball yesterday. In the day's highest scoring affair, Kappa Alpha Psi blasted Delta Tau Delta, 19-11. Randy Best, Ed Fedor and Al Lewis homered in the Delt's six-run opening frame, but Kappa tallied in every inning to pick up the win. THE MALTESE FALCONS matched Kappa's output, whipping the Unknowns 19-5 after picking up 13 runs in the first inning. The Buds dropped a close contest to the Budweiser Boys, 10-9, despite a two-for-three performance by center fielder Glenn Gopman, who tripled and homered. Another one-run game was Theta 2's 6-5 victory over Eta 2. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON beat Kappa Sigma 6-3, as winning pitcher Harry Popham halped his own cause with a home run Argos action found Alpha 2 West beating Beta 2 West 9-5 and Beta 3 West topping Beta 2 East, 14-9. Beta 4 West blanked Beta 1East,11-0. In other games, the Kinks defeated Pie Kappa Payote, 11-6 and the Ball Boys stopped the Hiwacloy Rhumpets, 13-9. Baptist Campus Ministry forfeited to Anything Will Be Good. SLIK CHIK 10024 N. 30th St. 10-7 pm HOT TO GO! Enthusiasm high for track meet For the total college look Get the right pants & right top at Bonnie & Clyde 5102112 & Fowler 20% off Top's Interest in men's intramural (IM) track and field is on the upswing, but the women are lagging behind. Thirty-four men's teams are entered in the IM meet today and tomorrow, 12 more than last year's total. But only eight women's ieams, a decrease of four, will participate. "THERE AREN'T AS many in the women's events," Andy Honker. coordinator of Oracle photo by Jeff Steel Glen Cothron, lEDU ... prepares for meet USF club hosts FIU USF's Lacrosse Club returns to action following a two-week layoif, with a return match against Florida International (FIU), tomorrowat5p.m. behind the soccer field. In its last outing, the Brahmans traveled to Miami where they received a 25-0 shellacking at the hands of FIU. USF enters tomorrow's match looking not only for revenge but for its second triumph in twelve contests this season. Scheduled to meet the University of Miami here last Sunday, USF was idle as the Hurricanes had to cancel the trip. recreational sports, said. "But the guys are another story." Honker said at. least 300 men would probably compete, but added it was hard to tell, since "a lot of people will be running in more than one event." "There are fewer participants than in softball. It's probably on a par with something like the swimming meet," Honker said "THERE'S A GOOD bit of interest for one or two days, but not all the way through the quarter on a daily basis The men's and women's meets will be held on the same days because "it saves a little more tim in setting up," Honker said. "It also creates more interest and gets some spectators out for the women's events," he added. COMPETITION BEGINS today at 3:30 p.m. with the men's high jump and shot put. Track preliminaries, the women's softball throw and finals of the men's 880-yard run start at 4: 15 p.m. The remaining track finals will be held tomorrow. All IM softball games were cancelled, since many of the players are participating in the track meet, Honker said. sell it fast with Oracle Classifieds Tank Tops Waistband short sleeve shirts $2.99 Denim short Shorts $4.99 and more Factory Pants The Better Half 119 Bullard Pwky. 56th St. & Busch Pants under $14 Tops under $9 In Jr. sizes for girls and all sizes for guys. GREAT SALE! Let Robert help you
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THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 9 Grindey begins recruiting drive BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer when USF Pres. Cecil Mackey decided last month to keep in tercollegiate swimming at USF after attempts had been made to cut the program. The delay also cost him four swimmers from the 1973-74 squad. qualify for aid," said the coach "We just have to try to solidify the program and build a base for next vear." will be the only athletic tram without additional funds for th e coming year. Coach Bob Grindey got a late start on next year's recruiting "SIX OF THE members of this year's team have indicated to me they want to continue to swim for USF," said Grindey. "BECAUSE OF THE delay, we didn't receive any extra funds for next year," Grindey said. "We Scheduling for next se a s o n hasn' t begun yet, but Grinde \ says he will work on it after h(, finishes his recruiting Of the 10 underclassmen on the Brahmans, John Connelly, Bob Jagger, Jack Gibbs Paul Celotto, Bill Vargo and Perrin Prescott will represent USF again next Steve Kraselsky, Jeff Shoup, Scott Koznar and Ken Schuetta are either transferring, or have decided not to swim competitively in the future. DURING THE TWO-MONTH period when the swim program's future was in doubt, Grindey was unable to make any moves concerning recruiting for USF. "We referred a lot of kids that wrote to us about our program to other coaches," Grindey said. "You can't really start this late and do a good recruiting job he said. "We're going to have to pretty much rely on kids from Florida." SEVERAL SWIMMERS from the Tampa area are being considered by the Brahmans, in cluding Milt Bedingfield and Dave Lance of Chamberlain High School. Oracle photo by Jeff Steel Kevin Marshburn of Winter Haven and Bill Carroll of Brandon are also on the list, as are Russell Barnhardt from St. Petersburg and Sanford's Mike Smith. Board control Dean Whitaker, 2REL, takes a rebound off the backboard during an informal basketball game in USF's gym yesterday. Many students work out in the gym when it is not being used by classes. "Our first concern is finding kids who are good enough to Hitting highlights season Offensively, the 1974 season was a prosperous one for USF's baseball team, but final statistics released yesterday showed the defense left something to be desired. The Brahmans, who began the season with nine consecutive triumphs then hit a midseason slump and ended 21-16-1, led their opponents in nearly every hitting category. OUTSCORING THE opposition by 51 runs, USF enjoyed a .283-.232 team batting advantage. Leading the potent Brahman bats was sophomore Tony Ciccarello with a .348 average. Weldon Wright was hitting at a .358 clip before being injured midway through the season. USF committed 79 errors; shortstop Chuck Adams topped the squad with 22. The overall team fielding percentage was a lowly .948. The mound corps, though slightly improved this season with a 3.60 ERA and 12 complete games, was hurt by the 49 unearned runs scored by the op position. CHARLIE MISCHO'S six victories were best on the squad with Steve Ruling, who pitched USF's first no-hitter this year, totaling five wins Joe Lomascolo proved to be the ace reliever, owning half ofUSF's saves with two and fashioning a 1.10 ERA, best on the staff. t I I I I I I t Mother's Day Specials Roses, Ferns, Baskets, Pots. Everything for "Mom" FREE Birds, Bows, Bees & Cards with each purchase. Boutique Plant Adoption Center Corner of 56th St. & 127th Ave. Ph: 988-3923 THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE WELCOMES YOU TOHANDCARVED WOOD OF THE FINEST QUALITY, AT THE LOWEST PRICE DALE MABRY & KENNEDY I I I I I I I I USF established a number of team offensive records this season, including most home runs (23) and most runs in a single game (24). For Beefy Wright, USF's first and only baseball coach, the season was his final one He now turns to school administration at Greco Junior High School. FLORILAND MALL 1 YET SHAKY fielding was the Brahmans' un doing. But most of this season's team will be around in 1975 as seven of the nine starters and 19 members of the 23-man squad are returning. SEMINOLE MALL, ST PETERSBURG I Eta, Beta champs Identical 160-point totals gave Eta 2 and Beta 3 East league championships in intramural te.mis. Eta 2 took the Andros title while Beta 3 East finished first in Argos Fin::--J CuiJine 1 Family Style Dinner Takr. Out Orden Sdt:cl from 1: l'omplctc Menu -1: 5oups. Af1pcli1.cn, En1rec11. l>eaM:rl.I Ceckt.il1 S.rn4 l lMpMewo,.lli. OfMn 4m 1 2 Delly SUn. t-10 -NATURAL SCIENCE COUNCIL SPRING PICNIC Faculty and Students in from the Nat. Sci. College are welcome. All of the meat you can eat hot dogs and hamburger.s potato chips Riverfront and cokes too. 2 pm until Games, sports, canoeing. I I I

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10-THE ORACLE Dorms get phones Upa tree BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Residents of Argos Complex will be able to have individual phones in their rooms beginning Qtr. 1, Housing and Food Service Director Raymond King said yesterday "They can subscribe for telephone service for a private line," King said. "It will be exactly the same kind of service as if you rented a house or apartment. HE SAID MOST of the cost factors have not yet been worked out but a full information package will be developed by General Telephone and mailed with all room assignments. King said individual phones have never been installed before because "we didn't know if the capabilities were there." The phones will only be in stalled in Argos because student rooms in Andros do not have outlets and conduits available, he said. These furry creatures scamper up a tree at USF, and look inquisitively at the camera as they go about their play. Most students, not as carefree as the animals, are now worried about term papers and scheduled exams. "IN ALPHA, BETA and Gamma we had the advantage that an_ intercom system was already built into each room so Mackey: No law violation concerning tenure here BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Pres. Cecil Mackey yesterday denied USF is in violation of Florida law in its tenure requirements and said all one has to do "is look at the records" to prove it, during a Hotline type program sponsored by the S .ocial Science college council. "A university is by definition a collection of scholars," Mackey said, and should not rely only on teaching. STEVE SG attorney general, said USF "is allegedly in violation of state law.'' Mackey, however, said, "That's wrong, you ob viously haven't the data to substantiate it." USF, Mackey said,' grants tenure and gives promotions "every year" to faculty members who do nothing but "excel in teaching." In reference to the state attorney -general's office reviewing the tenure problem at -USF, Mackey said, "The process on campus is still going on and the attorney general (Robert Shevin) should be aware of this." The Academic Relations Committee is still hearing appeals of tenure denials, he said, and they have not been .transferred to him yet. Concerning the Caucus for A New University and its '-'phase two" drive to force his resignation, Mackey said, "I'm the wrong person to ask about that." The Caucus has asked Mackey for documents and he "Any papers that are asked for are available. "That does not include 'working papers,"' he said, because, "I consider working papers to be in the category as my thoughts and I consider them private." FUNDS COLLECTED from the numerous vending machines on campus go to staff Christmas parties, entertainment costs, travel for USF job recruits and a ''variety of things like that," Mackey said. The University could live without this expense, Mackey said, but "we live in a multi-faceteq world where change such as landscaping is good and these funds don't take away from other University programs." all the conduits and wiring are already in them," he said. King said it would only cost Housing$300 to $400 to build some panel boxes in the basements of the dorms. USF's Telephone Supervisor Joan Moyer said the telephone company is taking a while to come up with cost figures for students because it will be difficult in this situation to charge one single figure. PROBABLY for such things as deposits they'll treat it on an individual to individual basis," she said. "It will be hard to come up with a flat figure for all of the students." King said each hall would continue to have phones for use by all residents. LUTHERAN WJRSHIP By Popular Demand, Worship is Noon SUNDAYS at the Episcopal Center on 50th Street I 988-4025 THE HORNY BULL FINALLY LEARNED HOW TO SNORT IN PUBLIC. The Montezuma Horny Bull: 1 oz. Montezuma Tequila. montezuma' 5 oz. CONCENTRATED ORANGE BREAKFAST DRINK. Over ice. It's sensational, and that's no bull. TEQ_UILA rc,J974. 80 Proof. Tequila. Barton Distillers Import Co .. New York, New York. THE LUNCH OF A LIFE TIME WHIPPING POST 11: 30 to 1: 00 p.m. Only Questions? Call 988-6487 NOW PLAYING JINGET., FROM ATLANTA HAPPY HOUR TONIGHT EVERY & THUR. 1oc DRAll NEXT WEEK FIIBSH SQUEEZE PLAYING 8-9 GffiLS FREE TUES. THRU THUR. FLA. AVE. NORTH OF FLETCHER

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Flowery friends Vic Bertelsdorf pauses a moment during his busy day .yesterday as he sold plants at the UC art festival. THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 11 Lan-Lit name change eyed BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer A proposal to "create a more flexible structure" in the College of Language-Literature will be presented to the College faculty tomorrow and then forwarded to the Administration, "hopefully to implement the changes by fall," Phillip Rice, dean of Lan-Lit, said. The proposal includes changing the college's name to the "College of Arts and Letters," Rice said "The existing name of the college is, well, misleading," he said, adding, "the name doesn't match anything (equivalent to the College of Lan-Lit) in the country. "THE NAME ARTS and Letters is more conventional," Rcie said. "We are not changing the Administration of the college per se, but are trying to create pockets of fields that might have some common interest," Rice said. The new structure, he said, entails grouping related departments together in divisions, such as Mass Com munications and Speech Communications. The result will be "cooperative programs between Mass Comm and Speech," Dr. Pete Sasser, Mass Com department chairman, said. "The goal is to have more research output. Mass Com research is weak and the prospect of grouping people for projects and research is a good one." MANY SPEECH courses are valuable to Com majors, Sasser said, and the new program would "encourage cooperation between the departments." While Sasser said the structural changes are not a "bad merge," he hopes the departments remain separate. The proposal also invites "new kinds of programs that will aid the Com Department and possibly help with the proposed graduate program," Sassar said. RICE SAID the change represents "continuous thinking in fairly broad terms to what course education might take," and added he is striving to make the College "more dynamic." American Studies Department Chairman Henry Robertson said he "foresees no problems with the proposed change. It appears to be the appropriate move to make." The American Studies program, Robertson said, is "cut along college lines, and could belong in any one of a number of places, but prefers to stay within the College of Lan-Lit." Rice said the American Studies type program is naturally lodged in the Lan-Lit type struc ture. ANNOUNCING A NEW LOCATION AT HERALD SQUARE 5110 FOWLER AVE. 985-4451 OUR DOWNTOWN OFFICE AT 130 S. FRANKLIN 223-2548 SPECIAL RATES FOR STUDENTS DURING THE SEASON. USF vets petition Florida legislators T ALLAH ASS EE
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12-THE ORACLE May 9, 1974 SG to investigate handicap needs BY STEV E SPINA Oracle St aff Writer The SG Senate pas s ed a motion Tuesday night to "further investigate the n e eds of handicapped students at USF, Senator Abby Rosenfeld said The motion postpones a resolution calling for a ramp to be con structed on the north side of the east UC patio Rosenfeld s motion was seconded by Senator Lucy DeLaCruz who said "the Physical Plant operates with limited funds and more immediate needs should be considered THE SENATE also tabled a resolution supporting a ROTC cross enrollment proposal with the University of Tampa to allow for the Academic Affairs Committee to further investigate its necessity "in conjunction with Joe Vito, SG secretary for Academic Affairs Also passed by the Senate was a resolution calling for the erection of "no parking" signs on the south side of Cedar Street to prevent the ticketing of University visitors who are not aware of USF traffic regulations Voted down was a resolution calling for the recording of all senators votes on major issues. WHAT WAS termed a good resolution by Sen. John Husfield calling for more responsibility of students on the committees, was passed by the Senate Thompson forwards report on dlscipline BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer The Career Service Senate's recommended revisions in disciplinary guidelines for Career Service personnel and the Senate minority report on the subject have been reviewed by Vice President for Ad ministration Ken Thompson and sent to Pres. Cecil Mackey for final decisions "Vote-wise, there wasn t very much difference in the two, Thompson said, pointing out the Ken Thompson ... reviews report minority reply was signed by 22 of the 50 senators. "I have been told many of the senators did not understand what they were voting on when they passed the original proposal." THE RESOLUTION calls for revision of the disciplinary guidelines into six general areas of offense and the creation of a review board to automatically examine all disciplinary actions taken against Career Service personnei. The minority report supports the view guidelines should remain as they are, but also sets up a review board to examine discipline cases upon request of the employe Thompson said h e submitted his report to Mackey yesterday. 'Basically, I outlined the content of the two reports arid added my views and recom mendations," he said He would not however, reveal the nature of his recommendations. "It's back in the President s hands and I think he will notify those involved when he s gone over it he said. Joe Busta, assistant to the President, said last night Mackey had not seen Thompson's report yet. "I'm sure he'll get to it," Busta said. "Give him a few days to get it and go over it." Scholarship account set Game Time, Inc., a manufacturer of outdoor playground equipment, .has established a scholarship program to "provide tuition support for research projects in the fields of recreation and leisure services," and has invited USF to participate, Director of Leisure Studies Max Kaplan said yesterday. Nixon transcripts on file in library A copy of the Watergate transcripts are on reserve in the library The reserve room is open Sunday from 1 p.m to midnight, Monday through Thursday from 8 a m to midnight, Friday from 8 a m to 11 p m and Saturday from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. "I received their press release and have referred it to Dr. Nelson Butler," Kaplan said "I don't know yet to what extent we'll participate, but I have asked Dr Butler to look into it." The program will involve providing tuition support up to a maximum of $300 per student per term for independent study projects in specified fields of leisure study. The first awards will be made Aug. 1, with applicants sub mitting proposals for research by June 15. Projects will be screened by a panel of professionals in the recreational field. The completed research studies do not become the property of Game Time, but Company officials indicate they might use some of them in their own research studies. THE 111-FASHIOll STORE WESTSHORE PLAZA NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DOWNTOWN: 705 FRANKLIN STREET DENIM ONE OF T 'ODAV'S 11IN'' FABRICS IN A LOWRISE SHORT-SHORT WITH STUDS AND A BELTED BACK

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USF gets eye class THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 Education group sets bill for student regents 13 TALLAHASSEE The Senate committee on Health and Rehabilitative Services has voted unanimous approval of a bill to create a certification course in eye enucleation for funeral directors at the University of South Florida. The bill (HB 729), sponsored by Rep. Guy Spicola, D-Tampa, provides for the course to be taught in the Department of Op thamology. Jim Loper, USF alumnus and aide to Spieola, spoke breifly on the bill before it was passed without debate. The bill must only now pass the full Senate before becoming law. After being amended to conform with their Senate companions, a bill to place two students on the Board of Regents (HB 3271) by Rep Buddy MacKay, D-Ocala, and one to place one student on each community college board of trustees (HB 3508) by Rep. Eric Smith, D-Jacksonville easil y passed the Organization and Administration subcommittee of Education and is now being considered by the full Education Committee. Further action on these bills will probably await action on the original Senate versions (SB 429 and SB 362), which are on the calendar to soon be placed on the agenda There are indications the student regents bill will pass with surprising ease; the student trustees bill, dealing with a more complicated situation, may not be so lucky The student regents bill currently contains a 10-year state residency requirement which applies to board members. This will probably be amended to more realistically apply to students. Five-gram drug bill imposes life felony MJt. Ho-bby Sko-p 10006 N. 30TH. ST. TAMPA, FLORIDA 33612 One of three bills patterned after the tough New York State drug law has been killed in the Senate Criminal Justice Com mittee, but its companion CHB 2762) was strengthened and passed by the House Criminal Justice Committee The bill sponsored by Rep. George Grosse, D-Jacksonville, which had read that it was a life felony to sell, deliver or possess with intent to do either, in ex cess of five grams of any con trolled (prohibited J substance,'' was amended to read in excess of five grams of any substance containing a controlled substance." This would make it a crime punishable by life im prisonment to possess any amount of, for example cocaine or heroin, mixed with sugar which totaled more than five grams, if "intent" could be shown even if the illegal sub stance amounted to no more than a fraction of a gram. A BILL tEGA-R.EFLl!XER" The. i>re-vlanr1.ed at.TIO!'\, encl .o.f &w.-ea\l\'\1 DraYna, Satire. s-t ...... \ CENTRO-ASTURIANO TH;:ATRE, l.9l.3 NEBRASKA AVE; dmW PW e$ :IBV SJ.'Ill:)I.L llFAR DOWN RASPUTINS*{lREAT PANTS FACTORY*GllAiirrr TAKES A TRIP FACTORY PANTS BRANDON: BETTER HALF .. .. :BURGERLAND I t I BURGERLAND is not complying to the norm. Our Philosophy is that we can serve you quality at a price unbeatable by any other restaurant. With your help we intend to stop inflation by expansion and lowering prices EVEN MORE! Help us to help YOU!! Sf'ecial 3 eggs, toast, tr hash browns I I 1 OPEN 24 HOURS 12810 Ave. 1 I I I I I

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14 -THE ORACLE May 9, 1974 Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton Post Office worker George Fisher ... busily sorts mail at campus station. Non-Florida license tags get tickets Faculty and staff who have out of-state tags of their cars are violating the law and will soon be ticketed, Public Safety and Security Director Paul Uravich said yesterday. "You're required if employed by the state to have Florida tags on your car,"'he said. "The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has been issuing warnings lately He said the state group wanted to begin issuing warrants im mediately but he persuaded them to delay. "All faculty and staff must get Florida tags soon because we aren't going to be able to help them," he said. :o-, CHAINWHEEL DRIVE i Bicycle Shop i : All bikes fully Prompt : : assembled repair I & guaranteed / service I 120 day : : service contract A ; lll48 N. 30th St. : Across from Schlitz := Open 9 to 6 Ph. 971-2439 : USF Post Office finds many incorrect addresses Rings BYILENEJACOHS Oracle Correspondent Between 25 and per cent of all first-class mail received by the USF Post Office in incorrectly addressed, Campus Postmaster John Boyd said. Boyd said he and two assistants must. correct the addresses on 1,500-2,000 pieces of mail daily. "TOO MANY people who don't live on campus use the University zip code, 33620," he said. "All mail carrying that zip code is deli vered to the campus, regardless of the street addresses on [I 1 e letters." Be.y d said campus postal cmp:oyes must look up the COIT' ct zip codes, put them on the ldtC"S, and send them back to the T : rn1 a airport, where they are disf1: buted to the local post of fice:: "( : ten this results in letters delayed three to five days. If the problem gets any worse I'll be forced to hire someone to work full time on correcting ad dresses." BOYD SAID TOO many students don't leave forwarding addresses when they make local moves and should file change of address cards at the Office of Records and Registration, ADM 264. Director of Records and Registration Dennis Goodwin said 1 ,695 address changes were submitted to the office during the fall quarter. "Too many" students are under the assumption the student af fairs cards they fill out at registration are the official change of address cards used by i.he Office of Records and l{egistration, and, in turn, by the campus Post Office," Goodwin said. "Students must still fill out cards in ADM 264." D.C. alumni organize USF's Alumni Association is forming a new chapter in Washington D. C., Alumni Affairs Director Joe Tomaino said yesterday. "We talked with 25 alumni in April up there and a chapter was temporarily set up," he said. "The proposal must be approved by the directors, but I see no problem." llE SAID TllE Washington group already has elected officers and is ready to begin work on the Association's scholarship program. Tomaino said the Pinellas County chapter is considering splitting into two chapters. "May 23 is their annual dinner and they'll be discussing forming a Clearwater chapter," he said. "The Pinellas one is just getting too big." TOMAINO SAID the dinner would be held at Brewmaster's in St. Petersburg and would cost$7 Anyone interestt.d can attend, he said. H e said USF Pres. Cecil Mackey would speak about the branch campus at the dinner The Hillsborough County chapter will be holding its annual dinner and benefit Saturday, he said. 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Near Carrollwood Ph 933-7459. r REAL ESTATE ) FOR SALE by owner: Spacious 2 bdrm town house in T T across from park & tennis courts. 1'/z baths, equipped kitchen, fenced backyard, trees, 21/2 miles from USF. 988-1864 or 974-2396. DECORATOR BLOCK 7 5/8 x 15 5/8 72 11 5/8 x 11 5/8 96 WHITE CEMENT BRICK 15 CLAY POTS 2%" 14" ( FOR RENT ) TERRACE APTS.-Near USF, off Skipper Rd. 1 B.R. Furnished, A C, W-W carpet 6 Mo. LEASE Pets allowed 5145.00 mo. SUMMER AT LA MANCHA DOS Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. Monthly rates of $72-580. Reservations now being accepted; new apartments and poolside apartments available. One block from campus on 42nd Street PH 971-0100. 71;, MINUTES FROMUSF New 2 bdr w w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. 5180-unfurn 5155. Phone 988-6393. $145-1 BEDROOM-furn.8 'x8' closet POOLLAUNDRY-3 month lease, 15th St and 143rd Ave-COLLEGE COURT APTS. 9719606. Bring this ad for Special Summer Discount. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcome6 mo. lease. 2 bdrm. 1 bath, luxury apts. Swimming pool, laundry, and rec. room. 2002 E. 131st Ave. ph 971-4977. QUIET AREA 2 BR w-w carpet, AC, drapes. Furnished $175-Unfurnished $145. Call 986-3456. SUBLET Clean, 1 BR furn. apt. 2 mi. from USF. WW Carpet, AC, pool, laundry, $129.75. Call 977-1068 after 6. NO LEASE REQUIRED 2 BR. DUPLEX, $150 a month. Can be shared by 2 students. 8614 Mulberry. Call 833-6421 or 839-7503. LAND 0 LAKES Waterfront-$200, 6 mo. Is. Start mid-June. Furn. 2 bdrm., den, fenced. Call 996-2730 after 6 p m APT. for sublet Qtr. 4 1 .br. furn. 5118 mo. 2030 W T. Ward off 15th St See after 1 p.m. I TV, RADIO, STEREO I DON'T pay the mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 S. Dale Mabry. 254-7561. FOR SALE: Brand new Delco AM Radio from Vega. Lists for 558, asking $40. Call 988-5670. All Sizes 8e UP HANGING BASKETS PLASTIC WIRE CLAY BEST SELECTION IN TAMPA INDOOR GARDENING SUPPLIES POTIING SOIL WATER SOLUBLE FERTILIZERS PERLITE VERMICULITE FERN FIBRE OSMUNDA SPHAGNUM MOSS l r l --9-6 UOSED SUN. O'BERRY OUTDOOR PRODUCTS INC. 1 0923 N. Fla. Ave. Ph. 932-4325. THE ORACLE -May 9, 1974 15 ..... ___ FO_R __ s_A_LE __ ..... _M_oa __ 1L_E_H_o_M_es __ WE HAVE denims in regular and bells, and cords in bells. Also boots shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight leg Levi cords in 3 colors have just come in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska Ave. AKC IRISH Setters Incl AKC Great Dane (Fawn) puppies. 7 weeks, wormed. 935-0484 alter 5: 00. DBL BED, bkcase w -hdbrd, box sprgs, mtrss and dresser-S50. Call 877-4151 Near Tampa Stadium. POCKET calculator-Texas Instruments Model TL-2500 adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides. Chain & constant key clear & clear error key, case & A.C. adapter, new. Call Bill at 872-7282. NEWEST Airfoil MAST for fast sailing or trolling. 29 ft. rotating wing mast & ac cess., never used only 5174. (904) 372-7480. Mowbray 1055 NE 14th Ave. Gainesville, Fl. 32601. APTS. & HOUSES ... TO SHARE WE'RE looking for a girl to share our house on the Hillsborough River. Near USF, neat, private room with carpeting and phone. No hassles Call Suzie, Mark or Duane 239-9114. GREEN OAK Villa Apts.-1 &2 Bedroom furnished & unfurnished apartments, diswasher, garbage disposal, fully car peted, pool laundry: Varied Leases. Near USF at 42nd St & Skipper Road-Call 9714408 or 971-1424. I NEED someone who wants to share a nice apt. once we find one I had one with a pool in mind if we can afford it. Call 621-4931 until 5. Ask for Patty. 685-1694 after 5:30. ( LOST & FOUND J FOUND: Ladies' ring in the downstairs bathroom of the Life Science Building. Call 935-4178. WOODED LOT for mobile home, s min. from USF, 550 monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. MUST sacrifice. 53,900. 12x60 2 Br, Front living w-heat-alr, skirting, awning & hurricane anchors. This lovely carpeted home w -indlrect lighting is already set up in park. Call after S p .m. or weekends 626-7486. ( PERSONAL ) FREE: Kittens. 10 weeks old. These kittens have been exposed to humans since birth and are very friendly. Trained to espond to your voice and litter box trained. 932-7838. ASSOCIATION for Research and Enlightenment Florida Symposium. May 10-12, 1974 on "Your Dream Power," Bahia Beach Motel, Ruskin. Lectures and workshops for dream Interpretation and achieving a fulfilling Ille. Featuring Or. Ann Faraday, author of Dream Power. Student tickets S6. For Information call 932-5590. GRADUATE student in Social Science with wide educational background is seeking for the summer employment in teaching or research. Please contact Spiro 971-8228 or 97 49. ALL artists & craftsmen sign up no.;y for exhibit space for the FESTIVAL OF THE HILL'S ART SALE to be held May 8 & 9 Sl per table to defray cost Reserve thru SEAC. ACADEMIC CREDIT FOR SUMMER EXPER,IENCES. Going abroad or engaged in other educational experiences this summer? ContaCt us about academic credit. Qtr. 4 application deadline May 24. Off-Campus Term Prog., FAO 122, 2536. Orientation sessions M, w, F at 2 p.m. in FAO lOON. Qtr. 4 enrollment in OCT limited because of large numbers so act NOW See ad in TRAVEL also. A NEW, informal interdenominational church meets at the S & S Cafeteria (north of Floriland Mall) on Sundays. 9 :30 to 11 :30 a m STUDENTS WELCOME. Now, full scholarship assistance for your junior and senior years, plus chance to become a leader in the nuclear energy field. Tuition, books and educational fees are all included in this new NROTC Nuclear Propulsion Candidate program. Along with $100 a month to help you with your living expenses. And on top of that you have an opportunity to build a rewarding career for yourself in the fast-growing nuclear energy field To qualify, you must have completed one semester each of calculus and physics, or two semesters of calculus and have a B-average or better 'Depending upon your performance, you will be interviewed during your senior year for the Navy s Nuclear Program and for training as a Navy Nuclear Officer If you ca n qualify for the demanding yet rewarding nu clear field you can anticipate five years of employ ment as a regular Navy officer For full det a ils on this new NROTC Nuclear Propulsion Candida t e program. phone or see your local Navy recruiter. Be someone special in the Navy. U.S. Navy Recruiting Station 8808 N. 56th Street Temple Terrace, Fla. Ph. 985-1010

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18 -THE ORACLE May 9, 1974 PAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID ADVEHTISEl\IE:\T WHY CECIL MACKEY MUST RESIGN Major Issues-The Howell to Mackey Papers On April 5, 1973, the Vice President of Student Affairs sent out to the Student Affairs Central Staff and Directors a document requested by President Mackey that defined future problems, and presented and delineated directions of the University in the coming months. The document was called the "Major Issues" paper and was not made public, for a good reason. The beginning of this paper was an admission by Howell that all was not quite right. He sees the University's key problems as "lack of a plan, clouded decision-making processes, and credibility." He sadly notes ;arings was found to be violative of due process of law by a U.S C ircuit Court judge. In response Mackey opted to pursue ttie case to the U.S. Court of Appeals. In a more recen i development, Caucus for a New University had to seek an Injunction from a federal judge in order to protect its right to petition on campus. Pollution: Mackey approved the drainage of storm sewage into the USF golf course lake by private land developers despite warnings by environmentali sts that the pollution would lead to the ecolog lcal destruction of a perfectly healthy lake. To make m,atters worse, Mackey was informed publicly of the possibility of the drainage into the lake over his "Access" radio program long before the information was publicly disclosed; he promised to look Into the matter at that time. Exhausting state and university channels determined students finally had to block the drainage project by demonstrating their concern to the county commission. The Oracle. Mackey. made an obligation In January of 1973 "to continue for the forseeable future the existing relationship of student publications to the university" and set up a publications advisory board to meet this obligation. Yet In November of 1973, Mackey vowed to throw the award-winning student newspaper Off campus by summer of 1974, (now after fall Of 1974) and to strip It Of ail financial support. This decision occurred after the Oracle had been chosen the best college newspaper in the southeast by the Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism society. The purported rationale used In the Oracle's expulsion was the untenable position in which Mackey found himself; as publisher he could possibly be sued; as president (according to a recent court decision) he could not tamper with the Oracle's freedom of the press Take due note that there has been only one such law suit against a university president In the past 30 years. When the other two state university publications "became independent," they had been the tocus Of heated debate and accused Of violating state laws. The Oracle, on the other hand, Is "an award winning" newspaper. The Oracle now has a shakey reprieve only because Of 11 Board Of Regenis In. terventlon. We have decided to take action. Below is a petition asking for Cecil Mackey's resignation as President of USF. A,pproximately two thousand members and citizens of the University Comm Unity have already signed this petition. Space is if you choose for iJid.ividual statements as to why Cecil Mackey must resign. We will present the petition, en masse, to the Board of Regents for their consideration at their June meeting. Cut out or tear out the petition-Hand in at tables outside: Natural Science, Social Science, University Center or Argos-Andros Center at dinner. .' A PETITION Cecil Mackey has apparently shown an overwhelming and systematic disregard for the rights of the faculty, students and staff in the University decision-making process Cecil Mackey has denied and terminated programs and institutions that were clearly responsive to the University Community interests Cecil Mackey has altered the emphasis placed on academic excellence and imposed mandates of mediocrity (publish or perish), (students as products), (more students, more money l, as criteria for a healthy University Cecil Mackey has shown an ever-increasing insensitivity toward the University Community : -as citizens of the Community, the rig ts to a meaningful role in the University decision-making process. -our need to communicate within the University. -our need for a sense of faith and hope in education. Therefore, we the undersigned citizens and members of the University Community request Cecil Mackey resign as President of the University of South Florida, Tampa. Want to make a statement? Paid Advertisement Sponsored by Caucus for a New University.


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